Beginning Fall 2013
This one-and-a-half year MS is offered jointly by the Department of Architecture and Department of Urban and Regional Planning, with the Urban and Regional Planning program providing the bulk of the courses. Students learn about the challenges, skills, andconcepts of historic preservation in preparation for professional practice in the field. Students from diverse backgrounds in environmental design, architecture, urban planning, history, law, art history and other fields may qualify for the program.
Note that students interested in graduate study in historic preservation have this MS degree as just one option. Students may also pursue focused knowledge of historic preservation within the broader disciplines, as part of graduate study toward the Master of Urban Planning or as part of study toward the Master of Architecture. Our studies in Buffalo take advantage of our region's exceptional historic and cultural resources.
Interested applicants are encouraged to apply through any of the following routes:
1. Apply for the MS in Architecture: Historic Preservation & Urban Design
2. Apply for the MUP, and work out a focus in Historic Preservation
3. Apply for the MArch and work out a focus in Historic Preservation
For more info contact Kerry L. Traynor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants to the MS in Architecture: Historic Preservation & Urban Design are currently being accepted for fall 2013 and spring 2014.
Our program is accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board.